NEW YORK – Categorically rejecting reports General Motors Corp. is in danger of seeing its fullsize pickup and SUV sales plummet because of skyrocketing gasoline prices and inroads by Japanese competitors, GM’s truck chief forecasts a solid future for sales in the two segments. Gary White, a GM vice president and vehicle line executive-fullsize pickups and SUVs, tells auto writers here, “I anticipate that the (fullsize) pickup segment will continue to be very attractive.” White concedes ...

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